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Mar 21, 2011 5:47pm EDT
coalition to use force against muammar gaddafi. we will tell you what is ahead for this war-torn investigation. the military investigates after gruesome photos resurface involving two american soldiers in afghanistan. those stories are at 6:00. >>> let's take a look at what is going on with the weather. >> the first full day of spring and we had thunderstorms in the morning. more showers and storms but let's get started to the west of the metro area with a lot of yellow and red specks -- those are developing thunderstorms moving out of west virginia. if you live near woodstock, you are getting hammered right now. we can take a larger view by looking at the storms can. showers and storm stretching back to ohio with individual storms popping up. through the night isolated showers and thunderstorms but many in the '70s and a delightful whether in the '60s. a chance of thundershowers through the evening hours eventually dropping to the '60s. isolated showers should end in the overnight hours. a cold front will slip to this out and set the stage for showers and more thunderstorms on w
ABC
Mar 21, 2011 6:30pm EDT
was to enforce loyalty to gadhafi. yunis told us a few weeks ago he stepped down because gadhafi had gone too far killing protesters. then there are the rebels political leaders. what did they want? you understand there is a lot of apprehension in the united states, the government feels like they don't know you very well. "we really do understand american fears," he said. assuring us they want democracy with political party, a constitution and elections. still there is a lot of keptism. >> there is cause for concern. we don't know who we're dealing with. only time will tell. >> reporter: what about gadhafi's claims that they have terrorists in their ranks? >> colonel gadhafi likes to play on western fears of islamic militancy and claim that somehow this movement is being led by jihadists or people linked to al qaeda. there's no real truth in that. >> reporter: as these rebels march on in their quest to oust gadhafi, little denying the u.s. has thrown its significant military weight behind a disjointed group they're still getting to know. alex marquardt, abc news, benghazi in eastern
ABC
Mar 21, 2011 6:00pm EDT
is not commenting. police say she used a hammer to kill her co-worker jayna murray, and had no accomplice. investigators are looking through surveillance video and telephone records. >>> the indicted states and its allies are patrolling a no-fly zone in libya after announcing a no-fly zone. muammar gaddafi vows vengeance. the purpose of the mission is not to remove gaddafi but to cripple his troops. >> it is being called a massive and impressive display of firepower, one so forceful that many question whether it can be contained to simply a humanitarian mission. by 3:00 eastern libya announced tripoli was once again under attack. gaddafi tried to strike back, but the anti-aircraft guns are no match for the attack force. this is because of the un resolution to protect lives and not to end the regime. >> we're going to stick to the mandate. >> the joint chiefs chairman appeared on the sunday news shows to say this is strictly a humanitarian mission. he does -- that was emphasized by the u.s. commander in africa. >> our actions are focused on extending the no-fly zones half -- sou
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